Feel confident this Mother’s Day

It’s great being a mum, but no one is ever going to tell you that it’s not extremely tiring at times. You don’t get enough sleep for many years and during the day, you never stop rushing around getting things done. No wonder if all that activity and lack of sleep is starting to show on your face.

And in today’s society, looking worn out has never been so easy to solve, with a variety of facial aesthetics treatments available.

Feel Confident this Mothers DayFacial aesthetics treatments are different from cosmetic surgery or face creams. The various treatments can make a visible difference in just a few days, but the changes don’t last forever. This means that if you don’t like what you see, you just have to wait a few months and the treatment will wear off.

So, why not give facial aesthetics a go this year in time for Mother’s Day? Facial aesthetics could make you feel and look great for the rest of the spring and summer, unlike a box of chocolates and a bunch of flowers, which will be all gone in just a week or two.

Here at The Scottish Centre for Excellence in Dentistry in Glasgow, we offer facial aesthetics treatments alongside our cosmetic dental treatments.

If you want to try facial aesthetics for the first time, it’s worth coming in for a consultation with our cosmetic doctor Sameena Rashid. Sameena is a general surgeon, who has been working in facial aesthetics since 2010.

As well as Botox to soften lines and dermal fillers to plump out wrinkles and fill in hollows, we also offer various treatments to enhance your skin quality.

We have treatments that use radio waves to stimulate the production of collagen deep in your skin. It will tighten loose and sagging skin and is particularly useful in tightening up loose jowls and the neck.

We also offer TiteFx, a treatment to reshape the contours of your body by tightening them up. It’s great for the abdomen, arms, buttocks, knees and thighs.

Why not come on in and see what we can do to boost your confidence for Mother’s Day?